Estonian Union of Journalists(EAL)


Estonian Union of Journalists (EAL) was founded in June 1919. The highest body of the EAL is annual convention. The everyday actions are run by the management committee, made up of one president, two vice-presidents and six other members, serving a term of three years.

The EAL aims to uphold and develop Estonian journalistic culture; represent and defend the economic, social, job-related and professional rights and interests of the members; defend freedom of speech and freedom of press; issue to its members press card; and present journalism awards.